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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1910
OUR first lot of New Fall Styles of Ladies' Suits are now on sale
and we are going to offer them at especially attractive prices.
Lewis W. Lapadins Suits are strictly high class. This line is
usually sold for from $25.00 to $40.00, but we are going to place
them on sale at
$18.50 to $30, and other Suits from $10 up.
We will also make some unusual low prices on Ladies' Misses'
and Children's Coats and Capes, that you will have to see to appre
ciate. Don't wait till the BEST are gone. COME AND MAKE
BRAGG : MERCANTILE : COMPANY
Opposite tbe Post Office
Home Phone 20
Settle It Now
Settle It Right
For constitutional amendment
giving to cities and towns
exclusive power to license,
regulate, control, suppress,
or prohibit the sale of intoz
lcatlng liquors within the
328 X Yes
40,000 OREGON CITIZENS
ROOSEVELT'S Own Cook
The Most Popular Book
I yThs Most Popular Man
G'ves In book form by Roosevelt's
own hind the sols account of his
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Citjr, Town and Villag.
L to h.adia M
Colonel RooMT.lt' j9
CHARLES SCRIBNCR'S SONS
153 Fifth Avenu. New York
"As Good as Mother's"
you will say when you taste
our canned iruits, vegeta
bles, pickles, relishes, etc
Every good housekeeper
should have a supply of them
in the house, both for ordi
nary use and to be able to
get up a first class meal if
company should come unex
me star Grocery
PERIGO & SON
"Gooc Thligs to Eat"
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Wonder Working Electric
Laundry for the Home
Learn How to Save
Money, Time, Toil
Tlx oparator la now mailing and wrings
faig clothe at th uim tuna. Thia ia only
poaaibl. with our 3 -roll alactria arriagar.
Coma and a, tha Tkoc" in operation
tha waaher that doae tha ant Ira laundry
work fr a family of t in 9U minuteaat a coat
of 1 canta for aieetriritjr. It will open your
eyaa to poaaibUitira of konxhold oconsmy
Too Dmrrr dreamed of. Tha "Thar" aolve
tha aervant problem. Sara toil (area
tuna aee tha clothe.
Guaranteed to wash dainty lace and lac
curtain baautif ully clean without Injury.
Bom. day It will b ia aver home put
h in yaw, now.
- Operated from any electric lurht fixture.
Made bi different adapted fur any
bouee or apartment.
DEAN & SHAW
Office Phone 3
Laziness In Children Is
A Hereditary Disease.
Br Dr. UaUMONlER. French Phytlelan.
HAT IS KNOWN A3 LAZINESS AT 8CHOOL 18 VERY
OFTEN NOTHING BUT THE MANIFESTATION OF A
MORBID STATE OF HEALTH, AND 8UCH CHILDREN
SHOULD NOT BE PUNI8HED. THEY ARE INVALIDS.
Of twenty-seven lazy school children I found twenty-two had par
ents suffering from obesity, gout, diabetes, arterial scleroeia or nerv
ous troubles. SLUGGISHNESS IN VARIOUS FORMS IS
TRANSMITTED TO THE OFFSPRING as the result of maladies
from which the parents suffered.
Such children simply need more than the usual share of fresh air,
suitable exercise and careful supervision. Often, of course, an un
suitable diet affects a child's power of application.
Unfortunately, children are often punished for willful laziness
when MALNUTRITION OR INDIGESTION IS THE TRUE
CAUSE of their inertia.
STUDY CHILDREN'S DIGESTION AND BREATHING BE
FORE BLAMING THEM FOR LAZINESS.
Station' Advic to Where Th.y
Might Possibly B Found.
Johu Stetson used to have a vaude
ville bouse In I'hlludelphln, and be In
augurated there the custom which pre
vail now In some of the cheaper the
aters of taking a performer off In the
middle of the turu If he did not please
the patrons In front. Every Monday
night opened his hoime with fifteen
acts, and an each one went on he
atood in the wins and allowed those
In front to decide whether It should
be retained on the hill.
Sometimes the people in front would
cry, "Take him off. John; hes no
good," and Stetson would march out
on the stage Hnd drag the performer
off, give him flO for his performance
and tell hlin he need not return. One
evening there were two men who
seemed especially obnoxious to the
audience, who greeted them with cat
rails and howling derision. They man
aged, however, to get through with
their song and eame off the Btage nerv
lly preparing to return for the re
mainder of their act.
"Here, you," shouted John Stetson,
"what was the name of that song?"
"What's that to you?" asked one of
"It may be something to you," an
swered Stetson, with a few of the
curse words for which he was noted.
"I'm John Stetson, and I want to
know the name of that song."
"IJeg pardon, Mr. Stetson," said the
crestfallen variety man. "It Is called
'Where Are tbe -Friends of Our
"Well, you didn't seem to And them
out In front. Take this $10 and go and
hnnt them on the outside."
A Suggeitiv. Bark.
The man w ho ruined a sausage mak
er's trade by walking Into bis shop
with a sackful of dead cats nnd dump
ing tbe contents down on the counter
now finds a rival albeit an uninten
tional one in the person of a London
waiter. The latter worthy, being ask
ed by a customer for sausages, replied
that there were none left, but, being of
an obliging disposition, be went on to
say that If tbe gentleman did not mind
waiting for a few minutes some
should be obtained for him, meaning.
Show Your Talent.
Exert your talents and dlatinonifah
yourself, and don't think of retiring
from the world until the world will
be sorry that you retire. I bate a
fellow whom pride or cowardlr. or
laziness drives Into a c i- r rvi ?o
does nothing when he I. i' . tit it
and growl, Iet him c ,t t I
do, and bark. Samuel J h i- .u.
Try the Clnsslfled Col m tun.
FLD WILDLY INTO TBI STRUCT
of course, tbut they should be gent out
for. The customer having signified big
willingness to wait, the waiter pro
ceeded to the culinary department to
glv. tbe necessury Instructions, but
on ai riving there he bad tbe misfor
tune to step on the tall of a dog which
belonged to one of tbe kitchen attend
ants. The Injured animal Immediate
ly let out a series of agonized yelps,
wbereuiHin the customer, being evi
dently a man of Imaginative mind,
turned pale, hesitated only a second
and then, grabbing bis coat and bat,
fled wildly Into the street.
Wanted -An exxrlenied orchnnl
Ist to tnke chnrKn .voting nnd
Itenrlnu; nrclinrd In White Siilmon
vnlley. Artdrenn.I.C. Mfiflnni, White
STRANAHAN & RATHBUN
Livery, Feed and Draying
Horses Bought, Sold or Exchanged. Pleasure
parties can secure first class rigs. Special at
tention given to moving furniture and pi
anos. Everything done that horses can do
First Class Livery
Transfer and Livery Company
Freight and Baggage Transfer
MOOD RIVER, OREGON.
Fair at The Dalles, Ore., 1910
5 DA YS, October 4 to 8 inclusive
Horse Racing - - - $1500.00
Air Ship Flights
Auto Races - - $500.00
Stock Exhibitions Cash
Fruit, Grain, , prizes
$1,500.00 Cash for Premiums
Send for Speed Program to
Judd S. Fish, Sec'y.